Quality Improvement at the Health System Level: Measurement, Risk Stratification, Disparity Populations, and Governance.

Academic Article

Abstract

  • Value-based health systems encompass a range of care-delivery models from small independent practices to large integrated delivery systems and academic medical centers. In addition, public and private payers, federal and state agencies, professional societies, and not-for-profit organizations collect and analyze data for quality and value improvement in health care-delivery outcomes. In this article, we review the multidimensional aspects of data collection, aggregation, analysis, and use for and by value-based health systems.
  • Keywords

  • Delivery of Health Care, Healthcare Disparities, Humans, Medical Oncology, Neoplasms, Quality Assurance, Health Care, Quality Improvement, Quality Indicators, Health Care, Risk Assessment
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    Author List

  • Rocque GB; Lennes IT; Rhoads KF; Yu PP
  • Start Page

  • 388
  • End Page

  • 398
  • Volume

  • 39